By resorting to satire, did Portland State University professor Peter Boghossian violate basic professional and ethical standards?
To relegate academic projects that seek to untangle the complexities of human systems to the realm of grievances is a farce—one that misses the point of the academic project in the first place.
Academic publishing has been slow to make use of social media, but new experiments could push the industry—and science—forward.
The use of journal rankings to rate individual papers, scientists, and even programs has upset loads of people in academia. One paper's solution: Get rid of journals.
A lot of science's ills have been traced to the way it gets published. What if researchers laid out their dirty laundry before even donning a lab coat?
A look at the Journal of Visualized Experiments, the first journal devoted to publishing scientific research in a video format.